Fuel definition

Fuel means any solid, liquid or gaseous combustible material;
Fuel means petrol or diesel;
Fuel means gasoline and diesel fuel that is subject to tax under this act, collectively, except when gasoline or diesel fuel is referred to separately.

Examples of Fuel in a sentence

  • Fuel hoses should be replaced every 10 years to prevent fires, explosions or any other possible damage.

  • Initial Planned actions COSTS ▪ Arrange for payment of all costs which may include (but are not limited to): Boat hire Fuel for umpire boats Boat/Catamaran launching costs Buoying Building/venue hire River closure costs Permits etc.

  • The Individual/Group renting the bus will pay the following fees: Bus Driver - $current Rate Bus Rent - $ .35 per mile Bus Fuel - Actual cost of fuel used (Based on 8 miles per gallon times the cost of fuel per gallon) The Transportation Director will contact a qualified driver.

  • The Oakdale Yacht Fuel Dock is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 Days a year.

  • The Transfrontier Shipment of Radioactive Waste and Spent Fuel (EU Exit) Regulations 2019 require prior authorisation for shipments of radioactive waste and spent fuel into or from the UK.


More Definitions of Fuel

Fuel means solid, liquid, or gaseous combustible material. Volatile organic compounds burned in destruction devices are not fuels unless they can sustain combustion without use of a pilot fuel, and such destruction does not result in a commercially useful end product.
Fuel means any gasoline, distillate, benzine, naphtha, benzol, or other volatile and inflammable liquid produced, compounded, and used for propelling aircraft.
Fuel means any form of combustible matter--solid, liquid or gas, including combustible refuse.
Fuel means alcohol, gasoline, naptha, diesel fuel, fuel oil or any other ignitable substance intended for use as a fuel;
Fuel means fuel oil, natural gas, or coal, as dictated by context.
Fuel means any combustible matter including, but not limited to coal, gas, oil, and refuse.